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Lead Guitar Book Bundle: Lead Guitar Breakthrough + Learn Your Guitar Scales + 5-Minute Guitar Jams (Books + Online Bonus) - cover

Lead Guitar Book Bundle: Lead Guitar Breakthrough + Learn Your Guitar Scales + 5-Minute Guitar Jams (Books + Online Bonus)

Luke Zecchin

Publisher: GuitarIQ.com

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Summary

THE ESSENTIAL LEAD GUITAR COLLECTION 
Feel stuck playing the same old things on guitar? Unsure how to more forward? You've come to the right place! Guitar players frequently encounter roadblocks that leave us feeling stunted creatively. These issues can be traced back to one simple cause: We can't use what we don't know. The answer isn't buying that new piece of gear! We must invest in something far more valuable: ourselves as musicians. 
The Lead Guitar Book Bundle is jam-packed with essential lessons and creative insights for re-energizing your lead playing. Whether for building speed, mastering scales, or demystifying theory, this value pack unlocks the secrets of transforming your musical understanding and playing ability. Engaging and easy to understand, this collection is a must-have for any guitar player looking to take their lead playing to the next level! 
THIS 3-IN-1 BUNDLE INCLUDES: 
► Lead Guitar Breakthrough: Fretboard Navigation, Theory & Technique 
► Learn Your Guitar Scales: Modes, Pentatonics & Arpeggios Explained 
► 5-Minute Guitar Jams: Jam Tracks for Rock & Blues Guitar 
ONLINE BONUS: This bundle is complete with free online bonus material. It comes with a companion website to enhance your learning experience. Extras include audio examples, backing tracks, bonus downloads, and more. 
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